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Anyone know of a box that will take several regular phone extensions (mitel 2000) convert them to data so I can send them down a T1 line, to another box that will unpack them again to make it look to the phone system as if these extensions are local - even though I've moved them via a network to a remote site?

I think I remember a box that would do six extensions, in 400 - 500 kb of the line.

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gsgi
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By regular phone extensions I assume you mean analogue phones?
If so then have a look at http://www.voipsupply.com/index.php?cPath=94_286_121

To connect to the PBX you will need a gateway with FXO ports and at the other end you will need FXS ports to connect to the analogue phones.
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